Where's a good place to get an electric meat grinder?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Countryside : One Thread
I'm planning on raising turkeys and plan to turn some of the meat into ground turkey.
-- Anita in NC (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 23, 2002
We bought ours at Cabela's.
-- Pat (email@example.com), January 23, 2002.
We use an Oster electric grinder - have had it for years. It is just a small model that you can buy at most places that sell kitchen appliances. Especially look at True Value hardware type stores, etc. We used ours just today. We make sausage, just the patty kind from chickens, turkeys or rabbits. We remove all possible fat, so it's very dense sausage.
-- Dianne Wood (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 23, 2002.
-- Don Denhardt (email@example.com), January 24, 2002.
If you have a kitchen aid you might consider ordering a grinder attachment for it.
-- r.h. in okla. (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 24, 2002.
We bought ours from Northern Hydraulics. We've used it for three hunting seasons,in that time we've processed 8 deer, an elk and a moose. It's never given us any troubles. The cost was $99.99. Here is the description they give, Grinds 176lbs of meat per hour! 110 volt 1000 watt motor, has on/ off switch. Fine, Medium and coarse plates, Kubbe and sasage stuffer attachments 16"L. x 7 7/8" W. x 13 5/8" H. Ship WT. 16 lbs Their # is 1-800-533-5545 or you can go to www. NorthernTool.com
-- Kelle in MT (email@example.com), January 25, 2002.
I would advise against getting a Braun Butcher Shop. We like to grind our own hamburger and it just isn't powerful enough to grind without clogging up all the time. After we bought the Braun and used it about a year, my aunt gave us an old Kenmore and it is wonderful. Grinds hamburger beautifully - wish we hadn't spent the $100 on the Braun.
-- Dee (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 25, 2002.